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 I am on a wireless network (LAN) I can ping the radio device but cannot ping the server which is attached to the radio. they are all on the same subnet.

The server runs windows 2000. how can I make the server accept pinging and telneting from remote machines



 
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By default a Windows 2000 Server accepts pings, but not telnet until you start the telnet service.
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Some servers don't respond to pings, being finicky. More likely it is the radio not relaying ICMP packets. Likely needs filter adjustment.
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